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coast. >>> and this, the news that stunned the tech world. steve jobs, the man behind some of the coolest gage either ever invented is stepping down from the multiple billion dollar company. what will it mean for the millions of fans out there? we'll employer that this morning. hi, everybody. nice to have you with us. i'm thomas roberts. the fury of hurricane irene is florida bound, bringing with it everything from damages 115-mile-per-hour winds to dangerous flooding. now, the entire eastern seaboard of the u.s. is now in the path of this huge storm. nbc news meteorologist bill karins is here with an update. i understand it just came out moments ago. >> the first thing that you look at when you see this storm is the size of it. not the intense, but the size of it. you look at the size of florida, and look at the size of irene next to it. it just dwarfing florida. this is a big storm, so well from the center we are going to see impacts. that's why almost everyone on the east coast will get something out of this. the storm is all the way out in the bahamas. we're still a cat
in orlando, thanks so much. >>> investors and the tech community are bracing for a world without steve jobs as the ceo of apple. jobs' health has been an issue. he took a leave of absence earlier this year. in a state to the board of directors, he said, quote, i've always said if there came a day when i could no longer immediate my duties and expectations as ceo, i would be the first to let you know. unfortunately that day has come. jason tans is the senior editor for "wired" magazine. jason, it was a big shock to get this news i think for a lot of people who have been following his health, maybe they aren't that surprised, as we've seen his appearance looking a bit more frail, but always at the helm of this super-strong company. what does it really mean? >> it's almost a historical moment. it was a shock and not a shock, as you say. people saw this coming, and it had been forecast for years, but still when it happens, you still feel a bit like the wind got knocked out of your sails. >> when it comes to the brand of apple, it's reshaped the electric conof the world culture, and how we talk
agreement. >> joining me now is cnbc senior economic reporter steve liesman and jarod burnstein, former chief economist to vice president biden. good morning. steve, the immediate worries people need to have when they hear about this and they're coming back after a weekend off and hearing the news this monday morning. what does the downgrade mean for the american people right now? >> i think it means go back on vacation. it's certainly a better place than what's happening right now on wall street. skip the good and bad and go right to the ugly. we're down, you showed the numbers, i'll give you percentages, between 3% and 4% all the way up to the nasdaq. essentially, i think the concerns are what happens to your stock portfolios. there's another concern that's a little more controversial about interest rates. when you look at what's happened to u.s. government debt, remember, that's the thing that was downgraded. those yields have fallen. interest rates have declined there as you have essentially a flight to safety. so, despite the s&p downgrade, the united states debt is still seen as a
, political columnist, steve. political reporter from the washington post. and matt lewis, con strib outer for the daily call. first question, are republicans ultimate promise breakers. is they explicitly reneging on entitlement programs for elderly americans. check out what eric can'tor told the wall street journal. >> get the fiscal house in order. come to grips that promises have been made that frankly won't be kept for many. promises are not going to be kept. generations of americans have banked on the fact that medicare and social security will get them through retirement. they will not admit they will default on that promise. >> that quote right there gets two big issues i think and one is it gets to problem republicans were having before the whole debt ceiling issue came to a head. that's when they were proposing the paul ryan overhaul of medicare that turned into a voucher program. you saw how poisonous and unpopular that was. it cost them a special election that they should have won. if that's the language they put forward is causes them problems. but the more immediate issue is h
iowa congressman steve king worried too. >> preventing babies from being born is not medicine. that's nuts. that's not constructive to culture and civilization. if we get our birthrate down below our replacement rate, we are a dying civilization. >> personally i think the end of our civilization will come when men like steve king get to make choices about women's health. finally bill o'reilly thinks this new rule will somehow hurt the economy. >> the federal government it ordering the health insurance companies to pay for all breast-feeding stuff, all female birth control stuff, all preventative measures for doctors for a ladies that go in, what do you think that's going to do? that's going to effect hiring even more. >> from a fiscal point of view, you would think these people would access more support for birth control since it cost taxpayers up to $11 billion. as it is, the right wing uses bogus economic and faulty logic for their women's health. >>> ahead, new trouble for rick perry's big prayer rally tomorrow. one of his coordinators called the democratic party, quote, an invis
impossible only a few years ago, all but written off and heading into oblivion before steve jobs returned about 15 years ago. >>> call it a grass roots battle against a very big bank. a washington woman at risk of losesing everything hoped the financial giant would back off on attempts to take her home and business. vera johnson collected 10,000 signatures as part of the effort and she joins me now from seattle. hello, very a. >> i understand you turned in the signatures to the bank just on tuesday, what was their reaction? what did they say? >> i think they were actually kind of visibly shaken by it. i did not actually meet with the same person this time. they did tell me last week that i would have one point of contact. but i think they were visibly shaken. there was a cam remarks i did try to take a picture of that exchange but they asked us to turn the camera off. >> and give us some sense of what your situation is, because i understand all of this really couldn't come at a worst time for you. >> well, i started trying to get a loan modification 18 months ago, ten months before i was
's what ohio congressman steve shepherd did. security guards confiscated cameras and even asked people to leave. to leave one of the town hall meetings this week. i think it is disingenerous to build your whole movement, saying you are speaking for the people, the people that are locked out of washington. you are going to stop the beltway mentality. you are going to washington to make washington listen to the people on the ground. the grass roots. and then once they send you to washington, you don't even want to come back and talk to the people. how are you speaking for people you won't speak to? how are you any different than the beltway people you told them that they were going to challenge? it seems to me, you like to talk to each other in washington and not talk to the people whose anger and rage you exploited to send you to washington. you like town hall meetings, when it was anti-washington. now they send you to washington, you're anti-town hall meeting. they call that hypocritical where i come from. joining me now, alex wagner, reporter for the huffington post and mooes analyst.
houston trial lawyer named steve mosston. he and his wife donated 9 -- almost $9 million to democrats in texas last cycle. they're getting ready form a series of pac. s including a super pac to take on perry at the presidential level. even the folks not getting involved root now, wealthy trial lawyers across the country in places like california, new york, but also the deep south, say that they are prepared to really open their checkbooks to take on this guy. >> perry has really shaken up the gop field with his announcement, throwing his hat in the ring this past week. jon huntsman pinging, though, a fight with him. first this war of words over global warming between the two. and then this on sunday. take a listen. >> i'm not sure that the average voter out there is going to hear that treasonous remark and say that sounds like a presidential candidate. that sounds like someone who is serious on the issues. >> all right. so is he drawing more attention to himself by picking this fight with perry, and is it the right time to do that? >> you know, he certainly is drawing more attention t
with their android and then you have apple, of course, led by the legendary steve jobs, tons of devices that have become wildly popular in recent years. you've got amazon, the world's biggest online retailer and then finally, facebook. they have the world's biggest social network. >> and none of the companies is complacent right now. days ago, i read where amazon is expanding. talk about what amazon is trying to do. >> amazon, you can see, they used to just be selling plain old books and they have gone heavily into digital age so they're making, they obviously have the kindle device, it's been reported they are going to make their own tablet. they're looking a little more like apple, even. you saw that this week with the google announcement they are buying motorola. you have these companies that start from really different points, really different business models, starting to converge because they know they have to compete on every front and so google, too, they will start making phones themselves, manufacturing them, not just providing the android software. they are going head-to-head with apple
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